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Hugh Pearman on strength, beauty and new ideas. Click on image
Hugh Pearman on strength, beauty and new ideas. Click on image

 

Robustness, elegance and warmth at Make's University of Nottingham amenities building. Click on image
Robustness, elegance and warmth at Make's University of Nottingham amenities building. Click on image

 

Low-cost housing's elegant deployment of clamp-fired bricks. Click on image
Low-cost housing's elegant deployment of clamp-fired bricks. Click on image

 

Sculptor Alex Chinneck makes bricks melt, slip and flip. Click on image
Sculptor Alex Chinneck makes bricks melt, slip and flip. Click on image

 

Beauty parade: Greatest brick hits. Click on image
Beauty parade: Greatest brick hits. Click on image

 

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Design an outdoor installation filled with 'play, wonder and delight', a multifunctional exclusive/inclusive complex that serves client and community, a peaceful, sacred space for remembrance - some of the latest architecture competitions and contracts from across the industry

Latest: Latest: Open-call to architects, designers and artists for ‘playable sculpture’ proposals for the gardens of a London gallery

International work by UK chartered architecture practices jumped by 43% last year, accounting for over a fifth of all revenue and providing a buffer against domestic market volatility

International work by UK chartered architecture practices jumped by 43% last year, reaching £170 million

The refurbishment of a 20th-century house in Ashburton, Devon, is enhanced by a dynamic first-floor extension that maximises views of Dartmoor

Gillespie Yunnie adds a dynamic first-floor extension to a 20th-century house in Ashburton, Devon

Launching our new summer series on inventive house extensions, Artefact co-founder Benedetta Rogers talks about a new wing to a detached home in Epsom, informed by the clients’ Caribbean heritage

Artefact on its new wing for a detached home in Epsom that spurns open-plan living spaces

The founding partner of Gustafson Porter + Bowman explains why she finds landscape architecture so fascinating, how it is great for who she is and why her mantra is ‘the sky is mine’

Why the landscape architect says ‘the sky is mine’